Rachael Garrett
Rachael Garrett
Professor
Cambridge University

Rachael Garrett is the Moran Professor of Conservation and Development at Cambridge University and part-time Professor of Environmental Policy at ETH Zurich. She conducts research in Brazil, West Africa, and Indonesia on the effectiveness and equity of corporate policies relating to deforestation for soy, beef, cocoa, and oil palm. Dr. Garrett works closely with national agriculture and forestry agencies and with companies to advise them on their supply chain policies. She has degrees from Boston University, Columbia University, and Stanford University. She serves on several UN Science Panels on sustainability standards and sustainability in the Amazon region and the scientific advisory boards of Trase and Evidensia.